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Young reports that he is no longer able to carry the financial burden of running the "Organ and Messenger." The attempt to unite the paper with Kentucky's version has not been a success. "The 'Sons' of Kentucky have too much state pride to consent to the support of a "Organ" published in Cincinnati." Unfortunately, they have chosen to withhold their patronage. He asks Finley whether the Book Concern might take over the paper's publication. Abstract Number - 592
Temperance Letters; Sons of Temperance; Organ and Messenger; Ohio Washingtonian Organ and Sons of Temperance Record; Book Concern; Kentucky
Young, George M., "Letter from George M. Young to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 888.